FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Apologies for the quick reply, and that Smith has to work so hard (with promise to speak to Mrs. Clark or Mrs. Spreckels when he can); praise and criticism for Smith's poems, particularly "Artemis"; Sterling sending Smith's sonnet to H. L. Mencken, and two poems to the Smart Set and Snappy Stories (as he doubts Poetry or The Dial will take Smith's style of poetry); Sterling in a rut; signed a contract with Holt & Co. to bring out Sterling's Selected Poems (or Neglected Poems); Sterling has no influence in New York, and Robertson too in debt to publish; asking for some cherries for a girl.

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